No legal basis to declare Myeni delinquent - lawyer

2020-02-27 17:20

There is no legal basis to declare Dudu Myeni a delinquent director – rather, she is being victimised, the former South African Airways chairperson's lawyer said on Wednesday.

Union suspects there could be a 'secret plan' to sell SAA

2020-02-13 14:09

Numsa suspects there is a secret plan to sell SAA "to someone waiting in the wings" and Fin24 tries to establish if this could indeed be the case.

SAA pilot base in Cape Town safe - for now

2020-01-26 08:48

Captain Grant Back, chairperson of the SAA Pilots' Association, confirmed to Fin24 on that rumours about SAA intending to close its pilot base in Cape Town, were true.

'There's not a lot we can do': Unions await clarity on R2bn for SAA

2020-01-17 18:32

Unions say they are still none the wiser on what government plans to do to secure R2bn to help aid the business rescue process at embattled airline, SAA.

SAA pilots may only start their strike in January

2019-11-14 19:11

The SAA Pilots' Association will not go on strike until it has gone through the correct process, its chairperson tells Fin24.

Myeni’s ‘highest order’ delinquency is killing SAA

2017-03-12 06:07

The crisis at SAA has reached a “tipping point” threatening its survival, hence the application to have chair Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director, says pilots’ association chair Jimmy Conroy.

OUTA turns to court to declare SAA's Dudu Myeni 'delinquent'

2017-03-08 11:03

OUTA and the South African Airways Pilots Association have filed a court application seeking to declare SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni a "delinquent director".


'I have very limited means', pleads Myeni - but OUTA lawyer says she earned R7m

2020-02-21 16:29

It would be unfair on her husband and children to use funds to travel to Johannesburg for an SAA court case that should not have anything to do with her, says Dudu Myeni.

SAA pilots hope airline will be saved - but if that fails, there's always the Middle East

2020-02-10 21:00

If it takes job cuts to make SAA sustainable, the state-owned airline's highly regarded pilots could find alternative opportunities in a region like the Middle East, where there is a huge demand for pilots, says the chair of the SAA Pilots Association.

Relief as SAA is able to pay workers their January salaries

2020-01-24 14:59

Following concerns over whether South African Airways would have been able to pay employees' salaries this month, it has now been confirmed that the embattled state-owned airline has the money available to do so - at least for January.

Waiting game for OUTA as Myeni strikes back

2019-12-02 19:17

OUTA will only hear in December whether it has standing to be part of a case to have former SAA chair Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director - but Myeni has, in the meantime, filed a new notice of motion regarding a tweet OUTA posted in October.

SAA defends interim CEO, warns against strikes

2019-06-18 14:32

The board of South African Airways has backed its new interim CEO Zukisa Ramasia after the South African Airways Pilots Association criticised her appointment and threatened to go on strike.

6 reasons listed why court must declare SAA's Dudu Myeni delinquent

2017-03-08 15:04

Civil rights body OUTA and the SAA Pilot’s Association have outlined in court papers six allegations related to botched deals and other governance issues against Dudu Myeni.

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